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IC 35-43-7
     Chapter 7. Impairment of Identification

IC 35-43-7-1
"Consent of the original manufacturer" defined
    
Sec. 1. As used in this chapter, "consent of the original manufacturer" includes consent:
        (1) directly from the original manufacturer;
        (2) from an appointed direct representative of the original manufacturer; or
        (3) from a person operating under specific authorization of the original manufacturer.
As added by P.L.294-1989, SEC.3.

IC 35-43-7-2
"Identification number" defined
    
Sec. 2. As used in this chapter, "identification number" means a number, letter, or number and letter assigned to a product by the manufacturer of the product for the purpose of identifying the item.
As added by P.L.294-1989, SEC.3.

IC 35-43-7-3
"Product" defined
    
Sec. 3. As used in this chapter, "product" means the following items:
        (1) Radio.
        (2) Piano.
        (3) Phonograph.
        (4) Sewing machine.
        (5) Washing machine.
        (6) Typewriter.
        (7) Adding machine.
        (8) Comptometer.
        (9) Bicycle.
        (10) Safe.
        (11) Vacuum cleaner.
        (12) Dictaphone.
        (13) Watch.
        (14) Watch movement.
        (15) Watch case.
        (16) Any mechanical or electrical device, appliance, contrivance, material, piece of apparatus, or equipment not described in subdivisions (1) through (15).
        (17) Integrated chip or panel.
        (18) Printed circuit.
        (19) Any other part of a computer.
As added by P.L.294-1989, SEC.3.

IC 35-43-7-4
Impairment of identification


     Sec. 4. A person who intentionally or knowingly conceals, alters, damages, or removes an identification number of a product with the intent to conceal the identity of the product and without the consent of the original manufacturer of the product commits impairment of identification, a Class A misdemeanor.
As added by P.L.294-1989, SEC.3.

IC 35-43-7-5
Receiving unidentified property
    
Sec. 5. A person who intentionally or knowingly receives or possesses a product on which the identification number of the product has been concealed, altered, damaged, or removed with the intent to conceal the identity of the product and without the consent of the original manufacturer of the product commits receiving unidentified property, a Class A misdemeanor.
As added by P.L.294-1989, SEC.3.